Is Antonio Cromartie’s Wife Text About Her Suicide a Lie?

Posted on 22 May 2012 at 6:33pm

Cops found NY Jets Antonio Cromartie's wife text about her suicide was all a lie

Terricka, wife of New York Jets Cornerback, Antonio Cromartie, reportedly texted her husband while he was away in Miami, setting in motion a chain of events that can only be described as despicable or maybe pathetic is more apt. One has to be pretty desperate for attention to do what she allegedly did.

According to the New York Post, the mother of one of his children and supposedly 7 months pregnant with twins, texted her husband that she had slit her wrists and taken pills but was regretting such tragic measures. “God forgive, I don’t want to die. What have I done?” Adding, “I cut my wrists–T took those pills.” The text allegedly read.

Cromartie far away on the other side of the country, frantically called 911 around 2:43 a.m., who then quickly dispatched police and EMT to their Randolph Township, New Jersey home–urgently breaking the door down, only to find Mrs. Cromartie safely tucked into bed with her 2 daughters.

Well one of the girls was her husband’s from one of his previous relations–incidentally the 28 year old Cromartie has 10 children by 8 different mothers but that is a story for another time and place.

Back to the conniving Mrs. of the Manor. With that many baby mamas out there, one can understand there may be a level of hysteria that grips Terricka whenever her man is out of her sight but faking her suicide and costing tax payers money when the cops and emergency workers could have been out helping someone else who really needed their help, is unforgivable.

To add to the gag factor, the Mrs. wasn’t apologetic for her ruse but instead told police she was exercising her First Amendment rights and could say or text anything she pleases. The 31 year old then admitted that she sent the text because she felt her husband was cheating on her. Police reportedly ordered her to have a psychiatric evaluation at a local hospital, which she refused to do at first, then reluctantly acquiesced